sijarvis wrote:Wrong Nokatus, whilst I used the term "firm reassurance", my suggestions were not demands for rigid timetables but suggestions.
VS:sijarvis wrote:If you read that thread again, I say something like "why not post a fix once it's been done?"
Jarvisimon wrote:Why do you call an official announcement of weekly bugfixes "useless"?
And so on. Yeah, no "promises" on "rigid timetables", just "firm assurances" of "weekly bugfix releases"... Yet, in my opinion, the answer you got on the very first page of that thread would have been enough to satisfy any reasonable inquiries.Jarvisimon wrote:I've not made a call for promises, this is about reassurance that there will be a regular (weekly) update of fixes that have made during that week.
But oh no, you're not hauling me further into this one. If there's one thing I've learned about social interaction during my years, it's that there are people who can just *suck* the energy out of you, and if there isn't a good reason not to avoid someone like that, just step away. For me, you're clearly one of those people.
Even if I sit here for ten pages, things would stay the same, minus the wasted energy. Although complaining is often constructive, there's a fine line between firm, constructive critique and manifests overflowing into the unrealistic.
From my point of view, you seem to like sitting on a high horse, complaining, intentionally interpreting things in a negative way, and not really paying attention to the answers you are being given. You mask your negativity into the guise of creative questioning, and you label people who disagree with the negative views "fanboys", and generalise that you are the voice of "the rest of us."
Still, at the same time you use the kind of rhetoric that paints you up to be some sort of maverick, someone who "stretches the boundaries."
But that's merely my personal perception.
I'm not trying to be a dick, and I'm sure you're not either. You seem like you're capable of constructive dialog, and then time and time again I'm seeing you repeat things that make me go BWOAARGH-nnghhhhh much like a tuba full of porridge. We're not compatible, so yeah, "what's the point in caring when all it brings is pain?"
See ya, all the best for your boundary stretching sessions, and be sure to make some catchy tunes too!